Mark your calendar for Park City’s EpicPromise Chairs for Charity event, taking place at the Kimball Art Center the week of December 8 – 10. It will be a week of community celebration and a fun kickoff to the season!
What is Chairs for Charity?
When Park City took down the Motherlode Chair Lift this summer, Vail Resorts kept a few chairs to help support local nonprofits. Over the last several weeks, our main 18 Park City nonprofit partners have teamed up with Summit County artists to create a unique work of art out of their chair. All of the chairs will be auctioned off at a private event during the evening of December 10.
Check out the Chairs
Check out all 18 chairs in this Facebook photo album.
Vote for Your Favorite Chair!
Please visit the Kimball Art Center between Tuesday afternoon, December 8 and Thursday afternoon, December 10, where all of the chairs will be on display. Cast a vote for your favorite chair to help that organization win the “community vote” – and additional funds from EpicPromise.
- Egyptian Theater
- Habitat for Humanity
- Kimball Art Center
- Mountain Trails Foundation
- National Ability Center
- Park City Community Foundation
- Park City Education Foundation
- Park City Food Pantry
- Park City Institute
- Park City Museum – Historical Preservation\
- Peace House
- People’s Health Clinic
- Recycle Utah
- Summit Land Conservancy
- Swaner EcoCenter
- Utah Avalanche Center
- Youth Sports Alliance
Thursday, December 10
Kimball Art Center (1401 Kearns Blvd, Park City)
Today in #ParkCity: Local artists held a local art show this weekend at the new Park City Visitor Center. The show was organized by the PCPAA – Park City Professional Artists Association and was held from Dec. 4th – 6th.
Local artist Corinne Humphrey displayed her new The Tao of RUDY, Essential DOGma for Everyday JOY in Paris project.
Today in Park City: The Park City Library hosted a live broadcast from London of Shakespeare’s Hamlet to a packed house. The NT Live production of Hamlet was broadcast live across the globe to over 2,000 theaters. The local audience was thrilled with the performance.
Read more about the live theatre broadcasts here: http://ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk/about-us
Today on the EJ Raven Show, Dr. EJ interviews one of his friends and colleagues, Dr. Creer.
Rob talks with Cheryl Fox, from the Summit Land Conservancy, on how to create greater collective impact through collaborating with other nonprofits in our community.